Kendall Demonstration Elementary School - KDES

Kendall Demonstration Elementary School - KDES KDES is one of the demonstration schools of the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center at Gallaudet University: clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/KDES

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The election results for #KDESMockElection are in! We collected a total of 1,051 votes from students, teachers, and staf...
11/02/2020

The election results for #KDESMockElection are in! We collected a total of 1,051 votes from students, teachers, and staff across the U.S. casting ballots to learn about the democratic process of voting. Thank you for your participation!

See the results here: https://bit.ly/3824O2r

Our heartfelt gratitude to the @KDESWildcats Middle School team for running this program to educate our young citizens about the important right to vote!

Congrats to our students, Pax Holcomb for winning the 2nd place and Mattea King for winning the 3rd place in Gallaudet Y...
10/30/2020

Congrats to our students, Pax Holcomb for winning the 2nd place and Mattea King for winning the 3rd place in Gallaudet Youth Programs' U.S. Government and 2020 Election Trivia Cup compeition!

10/29/2020
Women's Suffrage: Celebrating 100 Years!

August 26, 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, which granted white women the right to vote. It was one step forward for women’s rights, but was still more work to do to make sure that all women had the right to vote. Our middle school students created a video to share the history of #WomensSuffrage Movement!

https://youtu.be/7qTo6MWdEbg

Don’t forget to vote in the #KDESMockElection before 9pm EST tomorrow. We will announce the results on Monday, November 2nd.

https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/kdesmockelection

10/29/2020
The K-2 election 2020

It is never too young for children to learn about the election. KDES K-2 department had their K-2's Sesame Street Election! Students had their opportunity to learn about the election process. They spent the week viewing and discussing about the three candidates of Sesame Street and each student voted for one candidate that they think best fit for the k-2 department. The department had so much fun with the Election week!

https://youtu.be/K-OuLBo9S9Y

10/28/2020
GO VOTE

Wow, it’s only half way through the week and we already have over 250 votes casted!! Thank you to all those who have joined us!

Check out the video message from our middle school students.
https://youtu.be/gLEyppxeNnE

Voting will be open until 9pm EST this Friday, October 30th. We will announce the winner on Monday, November 2nd. Happy voting!

#KDESMockElection #WhyIVote

Voting for the #KDESMockElection is going on now through October 30th! Over 460 people from over 30 schools for the deaf...
10/26/2020

Voting for the #KDESMockElection is going on now through October 30th!

Over 460 people from over 30 schools for the deaf and mainstreaming programs have already registered to vote. If you did not register last week, don’t worry--you can still vote!

Vote here: https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/kdesmockelection

When you’re done, post a video explaining #WhyIVote!

10/23/2020
WHY WE VOTE!

Check out this video where KDES’s Middle School teachers gave many reasons why they think voting is important. We think it’s very important that you vote, too, which why we are hosting the KDES Mock Election with over 25 different schools across the U.S.!

https://youtu.be/16kOvqHf29M

Now, we're curious, can you make and share a video explaining the reasons why you vote or will vote?

When posting your video, use the hashtag #WhyIVote and #KDESMockElection. We are excited for you to get involved!

Video Description: [Image Description: A red slide. Large white words that read “Why We Vote!” in the middle of the screen and small white words that read “T...

The time is now for middle and high school students to learn about the election process, understand the power of their v...
10/20/2020

The time is now for middle and high school students to learn about the election process, understand the power of their vote and become active participants in our constitutional democracy!

KDES’s middle school department is proud to be hosting a mock election for the 2020 Presidential Election!

Over 20 schools for the deaf and mainstream programs for deaf and hard of hearing have committed to participate into our mock election. We would love to have more schools join us! Let us know if you’re interested!

STUDENTS: The deadline of registering for the mock election is Friday, October 23rd. Voting will be open from October 26th to 30th.

To register to vote and dive into our election resources to learn about voting and elections, go to: https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/kdesmockelection.

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
10/19/2020

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center

Andrea Sonnier provided an amazing workshop today for MSSD teachers and staff addressing how equity issues impact student experiences at school. During the workshop, we analyzed values and student needs to interrogate curriculum issues and transform in ways that align with the values of social justice and transformative justice.

Sonnier is contracted to provide professional development for all departments at Clerc Center. To find out more about Sonnier and her business, Critical Consciousness, please go to https://www.andreasonnierbabin.com/cc-school

#EDI #DeafEd #EquityInEducation

Kudos to Pax Holcomb on his 2nd-place win at the Gallaudet Youth Programs Trivia Cup's mathematics event!
10/16/2020

Kudos to Pax Holcomb on his 2nd-place win at the Gallaudet Youth Programs Trivia Cup's mathematics event!

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
10/08/2020
Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center

A moment of pride. Big Kudos to our middle school teachers, Lia Bengston and Tarja Lewis on their blog post, “A is for Activist: Black Lives Matter Week of Action at Schools”, published by Penguin Random House and National Deaf Education Conference video presentation, posted on DC Educators for Social Justice website.

https://penguinrandomhouseelementaryeducation.com/2020/09/23/a-is-for-activist-black-lives-matter-week-of-action-at-schools/

https://www.dcareaeducators4socialjustice.org/news/dc-educators-present-columbus-trial-during-national-deaf-education-conference

#blacklivesmatter #deafeducation #teachersforsocialjustice #blackdeaf

Congratulations to Mattea King, our 8th grader, for placing 3rd in the Gallaudet Youth Program's Geography Trivia Cup la...
10/08/2020

Congratulations to Mattea King, our 8th grader, for placing 3rd in the Gallaudet Youth Program's Geography Trivia Cup last week.

KDES students, it is not too late to participate in the Trivia Cup games. To learn more and sign up: https://apply.gallaudet.edu/register/triviacup

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
09/28/2020

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center

Reminder: Clerc Center will be going "Unplugged" from October 2 - 5. to give our eyes and our minds a break.

Clerc Center Unplugged will be an opportunity for everyone to learn the old fashioned way - reading a book, trying a new activity, doing some PE outside, or playing math games with actual cards. Students will receive learning activities they can do at home. Teachers and staff will engage in the professional reading of their own in all departments across the Clerc Center.

To get inspired with some ideas of what to do during Unplugged days, please do watch this video by Blake Culley and Paul Wood - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jFf5ktNEcY

Have a great "unplugged" break!

Congratulations to our student, Mattea King, for winning the first place in the Entertainment category of the Trivia Cup...
09/25/2020

Congratulations to our student, Mattea King, for winning the first place in the Entertainment category of the Trivia Cup competition hosted by Gallaudet Youth Programs last Wednesday.

#KDESwildcats

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
09/16/2020

Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center

In honor of Hispanic/Latino/a/x Heritage Month, Clerc Center and Lexington School for the Deaf have come together for the first time to jointly celebrate the kick-off of a full month of planned activities from September 15th to October 15th.

Great kick-off to the first day of the festival yesterday! Big thanks to our keynote speaker, Dr. Franklin Torres for his inspiring presentation!

Check out the list of exciting programs we’ve developed, some for the public view, some for all students at Lexington and Clerc, and some for our Hispanic/Latino/a/x students to develop connections and community between our schools.

https://www.lexnyc.org/student-life/special-events
PDF Link (English & Spanish): https://bit.ly/2RA2Lcs

09/09/2020
Gallaudet University Youth Programs

Check this out! Gallaudet University's Youth Programs' 2020-2021 Timeline Announcement including Battle of the Books competition!

For your viewing pleasure, here is our one-stop video where we share important dates and information about ALL of our programs for the 2020-2021 school year. Watch this video to keep yourself updated on all the fun things to come!

Video Description:
Solid blue background with Gallaudet University’s Youth Programs logo in white on the top-center of the screen with the following gold text in the middle of the screen, “2020-2021 Youth Programs Timeline Announcement.”

The gold text slides off-screen to the left, disappearing. A gold line appears from the left, stopping ¼ into the screen and a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. Three images swirled in the screen in order as follows:

Image #1- A girl wearing glasses stands in the middle with her arms around two boys, both also have glasses. They all are wearing identical white shirts with a printed image of a tiger reading a book. They are all smiling at the camera.

Image #2- Three girls are sitting behind a table. The red haired girl on the far left is holding a whiteboard and is looking at the one sitting in the middle. The girl in the middle is looking over the whiteboard. The girl on the right with brunette hair in a ponytail in a bright blue sweatshirt is holding a whiteboard and is looking at the whiteboard being held by the other girl.

Image #3- A girl in a purple shirt is smiling and glancing up at the girl who is standing. The girl standing is signing with her two hands up near her forehead. A boy and a girl are sitting next to her, glancing up at her. The faces are not shown.

A gold line continues near to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A video appears.

Video: A green background with a girl standing in front of it, wearing a black shirt and a flower behind her ear. ***A translation is not provided for the video because it is not our creation.***

A gold line continues to ¾ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. Three images swirled in the screen in order as follows:

Image #1- A table with a blue tablecloth and four red buzzers, three players wearing bright orange shirts are seated behind the table. The girl on the left is wearing glasses with her hair pulled back in a ponytail, and she has a puzzled look on her face. The girl in the middle with brunette hair pulled half up is smiling. The boy with short hair is wearing glasses and is staring straight ahead. In the background, between the girl in the middle and the boy on the right, a white female with brunette hair is seated.

Image #2- Two coaches, one male with short brunette hair and one female with white hair in a ponytail have their backs to us. Four players are facing the coaches, a girl with a hat, and three boys. They all are wearing black shirts and are in the middle of a discussion.

Image #3- The image shows a table with buzzers, papers, markers, and calculators. This table has four players seated all on one side. Starting from the left to right, a boy wearing glasses is looking down and is working on a calculator, next to him, another boy is writing on a paper and glancing up, to the right of him is a girl is using a calculator, then the last boy on the right is holding up a calculator.

A gold line continues near to the right end of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. Three images swirled in the screen in order as follows:

Image #1- Three campers, a boy, and two girls are wearing identical navy blue shirts and are smiling at the camera.

Image #2- Washington Monument is in the background with campers’ backs to the camera.

Image #3- Three campers, a girl wearing her hair in braids and a tye-dye Gallaudet University shirt, is laughing with her eyes closed. To her right stands a boy with braces, who is laughing with the girl. The third camper, a boy standing to the right of the other two, is smiling directly at the camera. They are each holding a cup of shaved ice.

A gold line continues to the right end of the screen. Fade into white. A green brick background, a male with short brunette hair, and a scruffy beard. He is wearing a navy blue shirt with an orange sun with the outline of DC skyline with white text, Summer Youth Camps 2019.

Hi, my name is Jesse Saunders and I am the director of Youth Programs at Gallaudet. Now that the 2019-2020 Youth Programs have been completed, we are excited to jump into our 2020-2021 school year! We would like to take this time to announce what the rest of the year will look like.

Solid blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: SEPTEMBER. A gold line appears from the left, stopping ¼ on the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears BOTB Registration. A video appears over the gold dot with a woman with short blonde hair, green dangling earrings, and a green shirt with the following white text, Did you even read the book? with a stack of a different shade of blue-colored books. The video enters in full screen.

Hi, my name is Alison O’Hara and I am the Youth Programs Operations Specialist. I am responsible for coordinating, planning, and arranging the Battle of the Books competition, acronymed BOTB. Chaperones, are you curious when is the 2020-2021 BOTB registration? It will be on September 16th at 6 pm EST to September 18th at 4 pm EST. Don’t forget to register!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: SEPTEMBER. A gold line continues from the left, stopping in the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB Registration. A video appears over the gold dot with a woman with a nose ring and strawberry blonde hair that is half up. She is wearing a black shirt with a yellow buzzer with glasses and Harry Potter’s lighting mark with a red text “Hurry, Buzz for the Philosopher's Query”. The video enters in full screen.

Hi, my name is Casey Johnson-Pasqua and I am the Youth Programs Specialist. I am responsible for planning and arranging the Academic Bowl, acronymed AB. Coaches, make sure your fingers are flexed, trained and ready for registration! Registration will take place when? September 16th starting at 6 pm EST and continuing to September 18th, closing at 4 pm EST. Coaches, make sure you are ready to register!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo on the top with the text in gold: SEPTEMBER. A gold line continues from the left to ¾ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, Trivia Cup. A video of Jesse appears over the gold dot.

Starting in September, we will host a brand new event called Trivia Cup. It is for who? Middle school and high school students. We will have a variety of weekly topics. Do you want to know what the topics are? Here are some examples.

Clip art of a blue and green globe appears on the left of Jesse’s head with white text, Geography.

Clip art of an arrangement of sports equipment including tennis racket, basketball, soccer ball, baseball, baseball bat, tennis ball, and a football appears on the right of Jesse’s head with white text, Sports.

Clip art of ruler, calculator, multiplication symbol, and the numbers 1 and 2 appear on the left of Jesse’s head with white text, Mathematics.

You can sign up for only one or all of the different trivia events, up to you! When will it start? It will start on September 21st and finish on November 13th.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: SEPTEMBER. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, SEPTEMBER is replaced to OCTOBER. A gold line continues from the left to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, BOTB Book Distribution Day. A video of Alison appears over the gold dot. Alison is wearing blue stud earrings with a gold star, along with a blue shirt. The shirt has an image of an hourglass with the visible text in white, There’s always enough. The video enters in full screen.

BOTB Readers, I know it must be tough to wonder about which three books you will be reading next for the Preliminaires and Playoffs competitions. I understand it is tough to be patient and wait. But, don’t worry! All the three divisions will get your books...when? Friday, October 30th! Who’s excited? I am!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: OCTOBER. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, OCTOBER is replaced to NOVEMBER. A gold line continues from the left, stopping ⅓ in the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, BOTB Registration DUE. A video of Alison appears over the gold dot. Alison is wearing a dangling black and white hoop with teal fringes and a teal shirt with the following white text, Did you even read the book? with a stack of a different shade of blue-colored books. The video enters in full screen.

Chaperones, just to let you know, the last day for you to submit all the information needed for BOTB is when? Monday, November 2nd!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: NOVEMBER. A gold line continues from the left, stopping in the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, NLC Submission Weeks. A video of Jesse appears over the gold dot. The video enters in full screen.

Are you ready to get into your creativity for our National Literary Competition? Submissions will be accepted starting from November 9th to November 20th! More information including themes for both ASL and Writing categories can be found on our website. I am looking forward to seeing your submissions!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs in white logo on the top with the text in gold: NOVEMBER. A gold line continues from the left to ¾ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB Registration DUE. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a pastel pink shirt with cherry blossom and pink buzzer with a blue banner with the text, National Academic Bowl. Casey’s hair is pulled back in two pigtails. The video enters in full screen.

Coaches, on your calendars, go to November 20th, go ahead and circle that date! This is an important date! Why? It is the day when everything for AB is due including the shirt sizes, roster, and etc. Make sure you complete everything before November 20th!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: NOVEMBER. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, NOVEMBER is replaced to DECEMBER.A gold line continues from the left to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB Ranking Test. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a gray shirt with red and yellow buzzers with lightsabers. The text is in yellow, Episode XXII Academic Bowl 2018. Casey’s hair is pulled back in two space buns. The video enters in full screen.

Some of you have been wondering what happened to the screening test? Yes, this year and only this year, we will be getting rid of the screening test. We will be replacing that with the Ranking Test! Meaning what? All schools/programs who registered for AB will all take the Ranking Test. This will determine two things. The first will determine the top 20 teams for each regional, a total of four regionals. Also, it will determine the seeding, number one to twenty in each region that will happen later on. The Ranking Test will happen from November 30th to December 17th, a total of three weeks to meet all schools/programs via Zoom.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: DECEMBER. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, DECEMBER is replaced to JANUARY. A gold line continues from the left to ⅓ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, BOTB Preliminaries and Playoffs. A video of Alison appears over the gold dot. Alison is wearing a dangling gold hoops and a pastel purple shirt with the Cheshire Cat and outlines of a teacup, a book, and a clock and the following black text, Battle of the Books 2019. The video enters in full screen.

BOTB Prelims and Playoff competitions will take place in January. The week of January 11-15 will focus on the Prelims Ranking Test for all three divisions. The week after that, you are off, use this time to read and study! Then, January 25-29, we will have the Playoffs competition for all three divisions. Both competitions, Prelims, and Playoffs will be done over Zoom.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: JANUARY. A gold line continues from the left to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, NLC Winners Announced. A video of Jesse appears over the gold dot. The video enters in full screen.

We will start announcing the winners of this year’s NLC starting the month of January!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: JANUARY. A gold line continues from the left to ⅔ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB Legends Series. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a red shirt with a black buzzer and the text Ad Sonas, Aut Non Sonas on top of it, and an art palette. Casey’s hair is pulled back in a bun with a red bow. The video enters in full screen.

Last May, we introduced something new, titled Academic Bowl Legends Series acronymed ABLS where we brought together former alumnus of AB to play matches against each other. You all enjoyed watching, asking for more. Yes, we have decided to bring back ABLS in the month of January. We will have a total of four matches for you to enjoy watching and get ready for the upcoming Regionals!

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: JANUARY. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, JANUARY is replaced to FEBRUARY. A gold line continues from the left to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB East and Midwest Regionals. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a black shirt with yellow PAC-MAN eating the boxes to an orange trophy with black AB on it. Below the image is white text, Game On. Casey has her hair back in a ponytail. The video enters in full screen.

In the month of February, we will officially start Academic Bowl Regional online competitions! The first region is East Regional which will take place from February 8th to 12th. Do you want to watch it? Worry not, we will live-stream the championship match on Youth Programs page. Secondly, Midwest Regional will take place from February 22nd to 26th. Once again, the championship match will be live-streamed to our page so you all can watch.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: FEBRUARY. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, FEBRUARY is replaced to MARCH. A gold line continues from the left to the middle of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges downward with a gold dot. A gold text appears AB West and South Regionals. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a pastel blue shirt with checkers and Mario on a kart holding up the buzzer. A white box with black text, Academic Bowl Buzz to the Finish Line. Casey has her hair half up with a checkered scrunchie. The video enters in full screen.

In the month of March, we will continue with two more Regional competitions! The third region is West Regional which will take place from March 8th to 12th. Do you want to watch it? The championship match will be live-streamed on Youth Programs page. Then lastly, the South Regional will take place from March 22nd to 26th. Once again, go to our page to watch the championship match.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: MARCH. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, MARCH is replaced to APRIL. A gold line continues from the left, stopping ⅓ on the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, BOTB Nationals. A video of Alison appears over the gold dot. Alison is wearing rectangular gold earrings and a maroon shirt with a white bold text, Warning Can’t Put Book Down, yellow book the following black text, 2019-2020 Prelims Battle of the Books. The video enters in full screen.

BOTB National competition will take place over the course of two weeks. The first week, March 29th to April 2nd, we will be focusing on what? The National Ranking Test. The results of the Ranking Test will then determine the seeding, 1st through 8th place for the second week. The second week, April 5th to 9th, teams will compete against each other, eliminating down to our champions. The championship match will be live-streamed on our page.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: APRIL. A gold line continues from the left to ⅔ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, AB Nationals. A video of Casey appears over the gold dot. Casey is wearing a gray shirt with a solid black outline of a bison with white text, AB Nationals has Come. Casey’s hair is down, curly with pink highlights. The video enters in full screen.

With all regionals completed, we have the results of our top 4 national-bound teams from each regional, plus two Wild Card teams from each regional. There are a total of 8 wildcard teams, but only four will qualify for Nationals. During the week of March 29th to April 1st, the eight teams will take the Wild Card test to determine the top 4 Wildcards teams to go to Nationals. Then our top 20 teams for Nationals will take the Ranking Test to determine their seeding from number one to twenty in the tournament bracket. The Ranking Test is when? It will take place April 19-22. With the seeding from 1-20 determined, we will proceed with our Academic Bowl online National competition. When? April 26 - 30 which the bracket play will eliminate and decide our 2021 Academic Bowl champions. You want to watch and show your support? The 3rd place match and Championship matches will be live-streamed on Youth Programs’ page.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: APRIL. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. Everything disappears, APRIL is replaced by TBA. A gold line continues from the left to ⅓ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, Debate. A video of a female appears over the gold dot. Catalina is wearing her hair down, it is black with blonde highlights. She is wearing a solid black scooped shirt with buttons. The video enters in full screen.

Hey! Today is a perfect time to do your hobbies, right? Reading, drawing, and cooking. I have one thing to add. What? Practicing the art of debate with your families, friends, or even with yourself in the mirror. Why? We will have a debate competition in the Spring. Want to know more information? We will release more information this Fall. If I may suggest getting yourself started, go ahead and Google debate and start from there!

Blue background with the Youth Programs logo on the top with the text in gold: TBD. A gold line continues from the left to ⅔ of the screen, a gold dot forms with two outer circles, and a straight line emerges upward with a gold dot. A gold text appears, Summer Youth Camps. A video of Jesse appears over the gold dot.

Information about our Summer Youth Camps next year will be announced soon when we are ready to announce.

Blue background with the Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo in white on the top with the text in gold: TBD. A gold line continues to the end of the screen. A video of Jesse is on full screen.

This year will be a very exciting year! We are looking forward to seeing you participating in our programs. Stay tuned for any upcoming announcements on our page. Thank you.

Fade to white. Gallaudet University Youth Programs logo appears and disappears.

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Has next years calendar come out yet? I looked but didn't see one Thanks
The #1 seed KDES volleyball team will play in the conference quarterfinals against Field School on Wednesday, October 17, at 4:30 pm at the KDES gym. Please come out and support our players!
Hello, We, the PER 350 Event Management Class, will host a Halloween themed 5K run/fun walk called, "Spooky Bison 5K Run/Fun Walk" on October 21st, at 11 AM to 12:30. $5 for students and employees, $10 for outsiders. The money will be partially donated to NASLECE which promotes the early exposure of the bilingual approach to children. Bring your organization, department, friends, and people! We will appreciate it very much. Thank you. The flyer description is: The black flyer is covered with webs on the corner and in the middle of the top middle, there is a bright orange text box with white words saying, "Spooky". Below the orange box, there is a orange text saying, "Bison". In the middle of flyer, there is a white full moon with bison standing in front of it, and on the side of the picture, there is three small pumpkins along with one ghost which appears to be hiding behind the pumpkin. Below the clip arts of the webs, pumpkins, moon, and the bison, there is a list of text covered in white font. It says, "When? October 21st. Time? 11 AM-12:30 PM. Where? Gallaudet University Olmsted Green. $5 for Gallaudet students and employees $10 for Non-student and non-employees. Costume ENCOURAGED but not required. Below the text, there is a clip art of money and on the right side of that, there is a text saying, "Donated" and on the right side of the text, there is a logo of NASLECE. The website link is under the logo. At the very bottom, there is a text saying, "Sign up at https://www.gallaudet.edu/spooky-5k or". A QR code appears next to the text.
Hope to see you there!